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The Art of Decorating: Big Style for the Tiny House

Hot on the heels of his e-Cours(E), Small Home, Big Life, Andrew Odom is at it again with a new online offering.


This one is super cool and I couldn’t wait to tell you about it.

Drew is going to teach us all how to decorate our tiny homes in style!

Gourmet kitchen in the Drew's own house.

Gourmet kitchen in the Drew’s own house.

I love this idea that your tiny house doesn’t have to be just a rustic wood cabin. There are so many possible options available and the only thing limiting you is your imagination. Well, maybe the space a little. I would love to see someone put a slide in their tiny house!  (Anyone want to accept that challenge – Deek?)

I encourage you to read more of my thoughts below.

Tiny House Kitchen

Modern design

This 2 hour online workshop is called Big Style for the Tiny House and for only $10.00 you will have access to video presentations, practical tips, and a live question and answer session. The workshop will be held on Tuesday, September 17th with two available times: 10am or 6pm Eastern. Registration is available now and you can check it out at the website here.


Storage in living area of small rustic cabin

rustic design

As you know, I work with Drew on a number of projects. Well, “work” is a strong word – we volunteer together. I co-host his tiny house Podcast and we are also founding members of Tiny House NC. I am not affiliated with this course in any way – I just really love the concept and wanted to share it with you, the tiny house audience.

Interior of Laura's Tiny House

From my personal experience I know how important it is to make your tiny house feel like home. We decided on decorating our 120 square foot house in the colors of the Appalachian Mountains: brown, green, and gray. The peacefulness of the interior of our home echoes the beauty of the woods around us. These are the kinds of things you can learn in the two hour session with Drew. Do you like modern design or do you prefer a bohemian look? Are you into lush fabrics or clean metal lines? Putting your own stamp on your tiny house will be the first step to creating a gorgeous space that can change the way you think about the how you live.

How do you envision the interior space of your tiny house?

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Laura LaVoie

Contributor and Tiny House Owner at 120SquareFeet.com
Laura M. LaVoie is a professional writer living in the mountains of North Carolina in a 120 Square Foot house with her partner and their hairless cat, Piglet. Laura graduated from Western Michigan University with a degree in Anthropology. She has been published in magazines and anthologies on the subjects of mythology and culture. She spent nearly 15 years in the temporary staffing industry before deciding to become a full time writer. Laura works closely with the Zulu Orphan Alliance volunteering her time and the skills she's learned building her own small house to build a shelter for orphans and other vulnerable children living near Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Laura also enjoys simple living, brewing and drinking craft beer, and popular culture.




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